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now at 5:00 p.m. a push to shut down a bar after a pair of shootings nearby. why the bar's owner said it is not the answer. >> plus breezy across the bay area. the conditions right now is where the winds are expected to pick up. >> and a troubling trend on the way down in one city but we found some areas sill strugging
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with -- struggling with smart phone thefts. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> two men hospitalized after two shootings in oakland. now ktvu channel 2 news learned of a link of of a bar steps away -- link of a bar steps away. >> ktvu's alex savage is live with the community's push to shut down the bar and when high the owner says -- and why the owners says it wouldn't help. >> reporter: some say it brings problems to a quiet neighborhood. both this weekend and last customer whose just left the bar have been shot along piedmont avenue. neighbors want the place shut down. >> reporter: this hang out is taking heat from neighbor whose say it is a magnet for criminal activity. >> disruptive to the
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neighborhood. >> reporter: this father lives a few doors away from the bar. he is worried about his safety. >> shutting it down is the best way to save your neighborhood. >> reporter: yesterday morning a fight inside spilled outside and ended with one man being shot nearby. and last weekend a customer leaving the bar was shot on the way to his car. a scabble city counselman told me neighbors sent him -- a city counsel told me neighbors sent him letters wanting to shut down the bar. the owners' son feels like the business is being scapegoated. since taking over four years ago he said they installed security cameras, hired guards and no one under 25 is allowed inside friday and saturday nights. he says the violence involving his customers is a-- is
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upsetting. >> it is people's lives and safety at stake. in addition it hurts the reputation of the bar, of the neighborhood. >> reporter: two shootings in a week in a part of the city where this violence is rare. neighbors are worried about the next stray bullet. >> hate for it to damage something in my house or hurt my family. >> reporter: the owners of the bar are planning to work with the city and the police department to make sure customers and neighbors are safe. police are still searching for the people involved in the shootings that rattled nerves in the area. live, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. happening now, gusty winds are returning to the bay area. here is a live picture. you can see the flags flutedder -- flut -- fluttering in the breeze. a wind advisory was in effect till about an hour ago but
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winds could pick up. last weekend winds knocked down trees and downed power lines that caused power outages. ktvu's mark tamayo has been tracking the conditions and he is now with us with more on what we could expect. >> this week nothing like last week. last week gusts over 50 miles per hour. the wind advisories have expired across the bay area but still there was a strengthening direction of the winds. point reyes 39 miles per hour. napa 35. oakland hills 26 miles per hour. typically winds gust 45 miles per hour, that was not the case, we are expecting more wind, favoring the higher terrain tonight into tomorrow morning. right now wind reports.
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sustained speeds, fairfield, 12 miles per hour. oakland 10 miles per hour. sfo stronger, 16 miles per hour. half moon bay 15 miles per hour. san jose 12 miles per hour. coming up in 15 minutes a look that over night wind forecast, the windiest-airs and -- windiest areas and frost, coming up in 15 minutes. >> follow the weather team online, they are posting updates on twitter and facebook. the wind was a big concern for firefighters as they battled a house fire in oakland that left six people homeless. ktvu's allie rasmus says neighbors are stepping in to help the family get back on its feet. >> reporter: smoke billowed from the basement around 6:20 a.m. this morning. firefighters tried to contain the flames. >> the wind, the wind was pushing the fire really hard to
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the west. >> reporter: towards the home next door firefighters stepped into stop it. >> made a really quick aggressive attack and made a stop on it and prevented the building from burning down. >> the home has been abandon for four years. this is the second time there has bane fire here. this time the flames spread to the house next door. >> smoke coming out. i couldn't see anything. >> reporter: all six people -- all six people got out safely. and the water and smoke from the fire destroyed his belongings. >> i don't feel that bad because it is just stuff. no one is hurt. i am good. you know, positive outlook. >> reporter: a few hours later some of the neighbors came by. she saw the fire this morning ask wanted to help. >> went back to church, lifted the family back in prayer. >> reporter: they gave them a
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$400 check to help replace their belongings. it brought his outlook more positive. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. we have new information on the shooting at lax friday that left a tsa agent dead. the 23-year-old gunman told authorities as he was arrested he acted alone and was dropped off by a friend. paul ciancia is still sedated in the hospital after being shot multiple times by police. investigators are getting a better idea of what happened inside terminal 3 from when paul ciancia opened fire till the time he was shot. >> reporter: investigators are still peacing together -- piecing together their time line. he entered at 9:20 a.m. in the morning at terminal 3.
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he approached the tsa officer and shot him. >> the defendant is alleged to have been walking away from the tsa officer, going up an escalator and then coming back down to return and shoot the wounded officer again. >> reporter: at the top is the security check point. he abandoned two tsa officers and one passenger -- he wounded two tsa officers and one passenger. he made his way into therminal 3 -- therminal 3. -- terminal 3. >> people were running, getting knocked down. there was luggage every. >> reporter: you can see his -- everywhere. >> reporter: you can see he is palt. paul ciancia had five loaded
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magazines. a host of unspent omo. a enough to -- ammo. enough to kill everybody in the terminal. it ended here where police shot the gunman. >> we found a statement where he made a decision to kill multiple taat that time -- multiple tsa employees. >> the tsa is also asking how in this post 9/11 era did a gunman make it this close to a american airplane. >> we will look at what our policies are but it is done in cooperation with each airport and how we provide for the best possible security. >> reporter: because on this day at american's third busiest airport it failed to positive one man with a gun from doing this in los angeles.
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shooting in san jose left one man dead and another under arrest. police received reports before 1:30 a.m. family drove the victim to the hospital where he died. the suspect and the victim knew each other. the violence marks san jose's 39 39th homicide of the year. the family of a teen shot and killed by a deputy plans to file a lawsuit tomorrow. he was shot october a 22 while he walked near his home. the sheriff's office said he was carrying a bb gun and refused to drop it. that is when the deputy opened fire. the sheriff's department encourages the use of deadly force even when there is no threat to public safety. hundreds of people payed their respects to the teacher shot and killed in november
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last month. police say he died when he tried to intervene in a school shooting. he was a member of the international guard and a former marine. students say he made learning fun, told jokes and was always there for students. a new report predict as global wine shortage but after this year's harvest why wine makers don't see it that way. >> how police in one city broke up this side show in the middle of the night. >> and a strange solution to global warming. why scientists say nuclear power may be the answer. i love watching tv outside.
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this morning near 7 7th street. there were 50 to 60 vehicles at the scene and all of them fled when a patrol car came by and officers flashed their emergency lights and there go the cars. san jose police are looking for a man who has been missing since friday. he was last seen in san jose. he suffered a brain advantage. this picture was taken in 1988 so he may look different. he was last seen wearing a black jacket, and flip-flops. is the winedry headed for -- wine industry headed for a global shortage? wine makers in the bay area says their harvest proves
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otherwise. ktvu's ken pritchett has more on what they are saying. >> reporter: the report came out on monday and there has been push back from those in the industry. right now we are in livermore. we are in the barrel room, they are full of wine, and perhaps that is symbolic on what some say, there is plenty of supply even with increased demand. >> reporter: look at the rolling vineyards of livermore valley and what you will not see is grapes on the vine. most of the harveicist already in. -- harvest is already in. >> yields are really high and the quality is really good. >> reporter: just down the road a similar take on harvest 2013. >> good year. iallys were up -- yields were
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up. >> reporter: he questions the global wine shortage. she heard something about it. >> i was thinking about that is too bad because people enjoy wine. >> reporter: is it the case? wine makers say nothing points to a shortage. >> i think over all california is pretty good. >> the story is echoed in napa. they report a harvest that came in early with above average yields. he agrees demand is up but he believes production is keeping pace. >> last year we produced 1600 cases. this year 2100 cases. >> reporter: supply can vary from region to region. in europe production is expected to be down but in california many expect after seeing this year's harvest to
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have a year like last year, record production. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> more details now on the california grape harvest. 3.7million-tons of wine grapes were harvested in 2012. up from 2011. a new analysis shows it is difficult for the public to access the records of assisted care facility. the times reports they had a hard time getting records of the valley springs manner. they found records on nursing homes were locked and that access to files were denied over concerns about confidencality. despite a state law requiring every home to make reports viewable to cumers on request -- consumers on request. nuclear power may be the answer to global warming.
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they asked them to support the development of safer nuclear power. most scientists believe fossil fuel contributed to rising temperatures and they admit there are risks the risks is much worse. scientists are trying to determine the disease that is killing west coast star fish. 95% have been killed by a wasting disease. they lose their legs and then disintegrate. scientists say it could be warmer water temperatures. since they feed on muscles they are now worried about a surge in the muscle population. they are launching a survey to learn more. talking about our weather, cloudy out there and a bit cooler. ktvu's mark tamayo to get more
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specifics. >> clouds pushing in. they will be around tonight and once the system moves through, breezy conditions in the hills of the north bay and east bay. right now, all that cloud cover, the bay area, sacramento, monterey bay, green showing up as well. maybe a slight chance of a sprinkle but the bulk cloud cover, showers not showing up at all. falling above in the atmosphere but right now we have mostly cloudy skies. clouds a big factor but they are forecasted to move out over night and temperatures drop off into monday morning. here you can pick out we be all the -- we have all the clouds from san francisco, oakland, north bay, and sonoma county, santa rosa. current numbers, 50s in san francisco. 57. san jose 58. livermore 62.
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cooling trend has dropped off quite a bit. today the coolest day of the weekend. recovery over the next few days. increase in winds for the bay area hills. north bay hills, east bay hills tonight into tomorrow morning. midnight to 10:00 a.m., 20 to 30 miles per hour. we don't have wind advisories in place but you will notice an increase. closer to the surface, temperatures dropping off. patchy frost out there, especially in the north bay valleys here. santa rosa 37. napa 36. lots of 40s to start out monday morning, san francisco, san jose 43 degrees and lots of 40s towards livermore and antioch. san jose tomorrow starting out the day 7:00, 43. lunchtime 60. lots of sunshine for monday and afternoon high upper 60s and temperatures trending up over
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the next few days. after a cold start tomorrow morning with patchy frost, we have a freeze warning for parts of mendocino, lower 30s. san francisco 65 degrees. hayward 68. more 60s. warmest locations in the 70s, livermore, gilroy. santa cruz upper 60s. 68 degrees. here is your five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view, the weekend coming up in a half hour. over the next few days for tomorrow, break out the forecast for you. morning hours with temperatures in the 30s and 40s at 7:00 a.m. bundle up here. lunchtime fair skies and more sunshine by 3:00 p.m. 72 degrees and temperatures warm back up by tuesday and wednesday. we cool off by thursday and friday and more changes for the weekend with the weekend in view. a chance of showers in the bay
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area. we will have thatane little bit. -- that coming up in a little bit. tens of thousands of runners, how organizers worked to make the new york marathon safe. >> rumors of a video showing the mare smoking crack. >> and a scary sight at an airport. the mystery of this alligator found underneath an escalator. ♪ ♪
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. these sky divers are lucky to be alive after their planes collide in mid-air. as they were about to leave the plane they collided yesterday in washington. the accident tore the wings off one of the planes and caused it to burn into flames. everyone survived. officials are still investigating what caused them to crash. security was tight for today is' new york city marathon -- for today's new york city marathon. and they are off. more barricades, bag screenings and dog sniffing dogs. they made sure this event was safe. last year was canceled because of super storm sandy. more than -- >> i think all runners will
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have some worry in their mind. um, but we shouldn't let that stop us for sure, otherwise that is playing into the hands of what the terrorists want. >> more than 45,000 participates were in the race. here on the west coast, runners took part in a half marathon in san francisco. you can see them as they trekked across the bridge this morning. secretary of state john kerry made a surprise visit to egypt today. he is the highest level to visit since the military removed the president back in july. he said it appears they are on the path towards democracy. he ujed them to put -- urged
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them to put an end to the violence in the country. he said the u.s. will lift the temporary freeze on military assistance. it comes one day before she to be put -- he is to be put on trial for murder charges. the mayor is apologizing for stupid things brut denies smoking crack and he is urging police to release the video. >> i want the police chief to release this video for every single person in the city to see. that is the right thing to do. and chief, i am asking you to release this video now. >> the mayor said he wants the people to decide for themselves. police say they found the videooon computer -- video on a computer during raid of a man selling drugs. the discovery of a stray
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alligator at chicago's o'hare airport has authorities baffled as to how it got there. a worker found the reptile friday underneath an escalator. there it is. they got it out with a broom and a dust man and it was turn -- pan and it was turned over to anmal control. no one know -- animal control, no one knows where it came from. >> feared somebody was missing with us. said alligator loose. >> did you think did i hear that right? >> absolutely. >> i bet he did. the alligator will be treated for six months and then donated to a reptile park. a troubley trend in a bay area city is on the way down troubling trend in a bay area city is on the way down. >> the trends we are tracking where robberies seem to be
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dropping. >> plus cameras on campus. where students will see them starting tomorrow. >> and an unusual reaction to a common crime. >> i wrote it because i was so angry. >> the angry letter that went viral and how strangers are helping a woman who had her bike stolen. >> and the ktvu --
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traffic on the -- traffic on the bay bridge was slow as a man walking on the bridge was struck by a van. this morning the man got out of a vehicle and began walking in the lanes of traffic.
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several lanes were shut down as emergency vehicles got to the scene. the man was taken to the hospital with moderate to major injuries. still unclear why he was walking on the roadway. smart phonep theft -- smart phone thefts, there might be signs of hope in san francisco. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live in the has to room with encourage -- news room with encouraging news. drop in smart phone robberies. >> he just moved from san francisco to colorado. he didn't realize how much his cell phone could make him a target. >> i haven't had any interactions like that. >> reporter: san francisco had 118 case of cell phone robberies in november. more than the mission and the bay view. we found the thieves range from
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violent to bizarre. he knocked his phone out of his hands, picked it up and ran away. we went through reports for every day in august, september and october. the northern district has had the most reported cell phone robberies but not in october. there were 84 cases city wide. northern district had only 8 of them. today san francisco police told ktvu the drop could be due to more policing in hot spots, including the northern districts where officers look for cell phone thieves. >> in your hand you feel security. >> maybe not. >> reporter: other are being smarter about how and where they use their cell phones. >> i keep it close to my heart. >> reporter: in june the
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attorney general juneed new york's attorney general asking cell phone companies to come up with a kill switch. apple and samsung introduced security upgrades. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. police are looking for a man who robbed a frozen yogurt store last night. police say a man pointed a gun at one of the employees and demanded cash. police say the suspect ran away towards geary road. police released a picture of the suspect. a white male in his 20s. a gray hat with a black bill and sun glasses. a woman was arrested after she left her two children alone in a motel room with weapons and drugs. she was booked on suspicion of child endangerment. police say two officers bought
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diapers for her and when they delivered them they found her children alone. she was arrested as soon as she returned to the room. student will notice something different tomorrow. surveillance cameras. they are mounted on exteriors of buildings and at entrances. they are not inside classrooms or buildings. they cameras will help keep students safe and discourage damage to property. cash is helping law enforcement crack down on drink drivers. police will administer $223,000 grant to help several agencies in the -- agents in the county. it will fund the worse of the
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worse repeat dui offenders. several counties are olding elections tuesday but they -- holding elections tuesday but they are expecting the turn out to be low. sales taxes, school board elections and bond measures dominate the ballots. one of the host hotly debated issues is on the ballot in san francisco, measure b, a proposal to build condos. flattered but not ready to commit from hillary clinton on a endorsement. he said on saturday night 2016 is her time. polls show hillary clinton leading all candidates. they said she appreciated the gesture but said she hasn't made up her mind. days after dianne feinstein spoke about reports on nsa
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spying on foreign leaders she spoke today about those who work in the agents. >> nsa -- i believe the nsa is filled with good people who do good things. the administration controls intelligence. the frame work is put together by the administration. it begins with -- >> on thursday dianne feinstein said she was opposed to gathering intelligence on foreign leaders. a day earlier she called to ask about a report that the u.s. was tapping her cell phone. said it was a grave brief of trust. the application page for healthcare.gov will go offline for four hours each night till the problems can be worked out. massachusetts launched in 2006 and today that governor
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discussed the national website's troubles. >> if the website is permanently flawed we have a serious problem but we have a roll out problem. 3, 4 weeks? it took us two years to get our website right in massachusetts. >> when it went live october 1 president obama and kathleen sebelius have appalls id for the failures -- apologized for the failures. there is a toll free number that is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. he says he told the fbi in 2003 that osama bin laden was hiding in pakistan. he says he got that information from a intelligence official. u.s. officials said a reward will not be paid.
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new figures show premature births dropped in the united states. the 2012 rate was 11.5%. that is a 15 year low. but it could be as low as 9.6% if prevention measures were widely embraced. the united states ranked 131. landing the u.s. with somalia, turkey and thailand. angry letter turned into a tale of good will. she is a student who works to support herself and after she bought a bike it was stolen. she tapped an angry letter up to the angry bike rack and when people took pictures and posted it it went viral. >> i have been struggling to do this and it was the one nice
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thing i bought. >> she has gotten offers from several peoples to replace her bike. she is very excited about the nice people offering to help her out. up next a rare sight that couldn't be seen in the bay area and how stanford is honoring a famous alumni. ktvu's mark tamayo tells us where the winds could pick up and plus your work week forecast. peer jack cheese, mushrooms, jalapeños, bacon, tomato and avocado. i call it, "the avocado da vinci". create your om'lart with denny's build your own omelette menu.
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there is one idea what to do with a pumpkin after halloween. the pumpkins go out with a bang. every year they hold a pumpkin destruction event. this year it included an 800-
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pound pumpkin dropped from a crane. muni is giving away free rides this weekend. they celebrated muni heritage weekend. the public was invited for rides. muni has been celebrating 100 years of service this year. the rides were from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. you needed a jacket today, it was chilly out there. let's check in with mark tamayo. >> you will need a jacket tomorrow morning, even cooler monday morning, upper30s and upper -- upper 30s 30s and upper 40s. over cast over the bay area, sacramento, that will be pushing in tonight into tomorrow morning. we have the clouds out there. i will swing through the region later on.
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activity on the radar, a few light sprinkles but for the most part we just have partly cloudy skies to talk about right now. we will show this to you with our live camera. bay bridge. we have this. sunset with a time change was 5:09 p.m. we are already in the dark but the clouds thin out tomorrow morning. current temperatures in the 50s in san francisco. 56 degrees. san jose 58. livermore lower 60s. napa 60 degrees. tomorrow, temperatures in the upper 30s, 37, 38 degrees. and nice recovery into the afternoon hour, 70 degrees. tonight clouds out there. breeze. tomorrow a chilly start with more sunshine and tuesday and wednesday warming trend. wednesday will be the warmest day of the week.
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too extremes here. the continue a the east -- the low pressure to the east. high pressure off shore. this is the source of the warming over the next few days after the cold starts in the upper 30s. with the high building in the winds pick up in the north bay hills, east bay hills. winds approaching 20, 30 miles per hour tonight and through monday morning. chilly over night lows with patchy frost. picking up the clouds right now at 5:00 p.m. here we go. over night. clouds move out. with the clear skies, good sign, we start out monday morning on the cold side and sunshine for the afternoon hours monday. chilly in santa rosa, 37, 36 ush degrees. san francisco, 37 degrees. san francisco 38 degrees. temperatures in the afternoon,
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nice recovery. santa rosa 71. spencen beach 61 degrees. warmest location inland, lower 70s by 3:00 p.m. tomorrow. for your monday. san jose 69. fremont 68. san francisco mid-60s. 65. here is your five-day forecast. after the cold start, overnight lows, nice recovery. wednesday the warmest day of the week. with your weekend always in view, clouds saturday. a chance of a shower on sunday. model is backing off but i will say mid-november better chance of rain across northern california. we will watch out for that. just cold starts for the morning hours. >> thank you. a rare eclipse this morning. it first appeared as a ring of fire before changing to a full
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eclipse. it looked like a partial solar ellipse. a special tribute for former stanford quarterback john elway. he was on the team from 1979 to 1982 before he went to the nfl and thursday he will have his number 7 jersey retired. that special moment will take place during the game during the university of oregon. football history, history making day in oakland. >> eagles quarterback nick foles tie as record. the bad news, it was against the raiders. sports wrap is next.
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[ music ] good evening. welcome to sports wrap. expectations were high today for the raiders who were coming off a win, had a chance to go .500. at home against the philadelphia eagles who have been up and down all year. unfortunately for oakland the eagles were up. nick foles firing to cooper in the 2nd quarter for 17 yards and a score. haden because the defender who got beat on that play. he falls down. 63-yard touchdown. 21-3. mcfadden with a injury. jennings had a good day in his place. 8-yard run. 21-10 but a bad afternoon for the secondary.
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all by himself. that pass. we stay local. jackson streaking down the right sideline. a 46-yard play. 42-13 eagles in the 3rd quarter. still more to come. the third time in the afternoon. nick foles ties a record with 7 touchdown passes, 406 yards. the raiders fall to 3-5 on the wrong end of a 49-20 score. the coach had a simple explanation for what happened to his team in this one. >> at the end of the day you -- that was a -- an old fashion butt wapping. when you play on the island and you have a tough day, those things stand out more. >> 49ers have been enjoying a
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bye-week after winning their fifth straight last weekend. san francisco's challenge next week home against carolina and the panthers and cam newton played well. this play against atlanta. florence picks off a pass. it is not coming back. 38 yards and a score. 5-3 with a 34-10 win. the panthers are one game behind the saints. another magic act for russell wilson and the seahawks. 21-0, the seahawks came back to tie with this scoring pass. 1:51 to play. in over time the seahawks moved into field goal range and he was good from 27 yards out. seahawks 27-24 in over time. they stay one game up on the forty-niners in the nfc west. >> the bills on the verge of butting the chiefs down by two
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touchdowns but jeff tool through this pass. picked off. he won't be stopped till he goes 100 yards to the end zone. the chiefs win 23-13. the league's only undefeated team, 9-0. >> dez bryant and the cowboys hosting minnesota. trailing by three. tony romo's spotted him at the goal line. dallas gets the winner with 35 seconds left. 27-23 the final. 5-4. the cowboys are the only team in the east over .500. >> still to come on sports wrap, the swab cub wrapped up and they are getting down to it in the race for the cup. we will be right back.
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the schwab cup championship. couples with a five stroke lead. couples was on his way to a 69. kenny perry needed anyone but longer to win and the schwab cup was his. a nice touch at 17 to set opbirdie. he finished with a 68 and tied for fifth. couples won by 7. it was a good day for win. winning his first senior tournament of the year. perry takes the cup and the million dollars that goes with it. >> shanghai for the tournament. johnson used shots like this one to win his first world championship. this goes for an eagle. 5 hole stretch, 5 under par. finished off 66 that was good enough to win by three strokes.
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he won in each of his first 7 years on the tour. most by any player since tiger woods. >> two races to go in the chase for the cup. texas motor speedway with jimmie johnson and matt kenseth tied coming in. a win last week jeff gordon got into the conversation but he had a disappointing day when he cut a tire on the 73 lab. ended up against the wall. he got back on the track but finished 38. 79 laps to go. johnson took the lead. he is now poised for a sixth title. matt kenseth was 4th today. johnson's daughter gets into the spirit. that is it for this sunday night sports wrap. see you at 10:00 p.m. >> what a tough one for the raiders. >> yeah. >> thank you. coming up tonight on the
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10:00 p.m. news. >> 10,000 caucasians left the city of hayward. >> many were pushed out. very much in the same way african americans. >> the shift underway right now and how it is effecting other cities. not necessarily about race but money. thank you for making ktvu channel 2 news your source for news. see you the next time news breaks. >> we are always here for you on www.ktvu.com, facebook, twitter and on mobile ktvu. see you tonight at 10:00 p.m.
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here's what i wonder about zombies. (others groaning) what happens if they can't get any human flesh to eat? they can't starve to death-- they're already dead. you take this one. i spent an hour last night on "how do vampires shave when they can't see themselves in the mirror?" well-groomed vampires meet in pairs and shave each other-- case closed. yeah, okay, so, zombies. i guess it depends on the zombies, raj. are we talking slow zombies, fast zombies? like, in 28 days, if those zombies didn't eat, they starved. you're thinking of 28 days later. 28 days is where sandra bullock goes to rehab and puts the audience into an undead state. hey, don't bag on sandra bullock! you think it makes you look cultured,
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